Fragrance Hotel Pearl

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

21 Lorong 14 Geylang, Singapore, 398 961, Singapore
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Satisfaction Poor
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Very Good
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Average
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46
Poor
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21
Terrible
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17

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  • Families23
  • Couples23
  • Solo48
  • Business35

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Looking for 1 day guide

by peteralanperry

Hi, I am arriving by cruise ship and I am looking for a gide and transport for 1 day to see interesting things, for example, Tiger Balm gardens.

Please respond. I travel In March

Re: Looking for 1 day guide

by lynnehamman

Hi

Have a look at this website:

http://www-singapore.com/sightseeing-tours/

Singapore is fairly compact, so you will probably easily get to see most things that interest you.
DRINK LOTS OF BOTTLED WATER TO AVOID DE-HYDRATION - its very humid and hot in Singapore.

Re: Looking for 1 day guide

by walterwu

Haw Par Villa (Tiger Balm Gardens) is only a few stops, by public bus service, from Har Par Villa. It is served by Bus No 10, 30, 51, 143 & 200. You can only take a taxi ride to Haw Par Villa which should not be expensive since it is a short distance from the Cruise Terminal.

For other interesting places, you might want to check out this website:
http://www.yoursingapore.com/content/traveller/en/experience.html
to narrow down to your interest.

Re: Looking for 1 day guide

by Donna_in_India

Hi - you might want to check out www.cruisecritic.com - go to boards/ports of call/Asia. You'll likely find specific recommendations for guides and can also post your questions there as well. Have a great cruise!

Re: Looking for 1 day guide

by johnsonclh

Hi,
maybe you can drop me an email at johnsonclh@gmail.com

Johnson

Travel Tips for Singapore

When To Go

by JaneCajuguiran

Singapore offers a wide variety of choices to the visitors all year round. But I would suggest going there during the great Singapore Sale which is mostly in June and July, and during December when the whole city becomes really festive. During these dates there is a sale frenzy and everyone just seems to want to get rid of their stuff, throwing discounts and promotional sales here and there.

Personally, though, I prefer going there in December. There's just a slightly cool breeze at night. Not like the rest of the year when the heat is almost unbearable.

The Beer Hunt continues...in Singapore...

by Cabana_Boy

Wherever you go, whatever you do, sampling the local beer is definitely something that you should do. What do the locals drink, what beer is most popular, which beer is hardest to find, does it come in a half pint glass just like grandma used to drink…or better still a full pint glass like I drink!!!

Here in Singapore, I have found Tiger Beer to be the big seller and it’s pretty good…a light refreshing beer for a hot humid climate!

Chinatown

by yatingchen

Chinatown is the origin of Chinese Singaporans. Nowadays they still keep several historical streets and buildings. The area is no longer the city centre, but is always Chinese history key point

Chinatown is now famous for tourism and its Smith Street is nightmarket for food hunters.

Have you eaten yet?

by aukahkay

If you stay long enough in Singapore and mingle with the local ethnic Chinese, you may be surprised if one day, you are asked by your friend or your colleague if you had taken your meal. Among the ethnic Chinese in Singapore, it is common to ask a colleague or friend whom you bumped into casually in the streets or in the corridor `Have you eaten yet?' regardless of the time of the day. In Mandarin, you say `Ni chi bao le ma?' which literally means `Have you eaten till you are full?' This custom of enquiring about the satiety status of another person is an age-old custom with origins in China. In rural China, food was scarce in the winter months and during prolonged drought or other natural calamities. The families of farming communities had to endure long periods of food shortage and sometimes hunger. It was therefore common to enquire whether your neighbour had taken a meal for the day.

With greater affluence, urbanisation and movement of populations from rural to urban areas, starvation and hunger became less common. However, this custom remains till today and is also prevalent in countries with a Chinese majority like China and Taiwan.

Buy or rent

by trisanna

Even though Singapore is in a tropical area-it doesn't rain every day. But you never know when it's going to rain, unless you are here during the monsoon (late october to feb).

When packing for your trip to southeast asia-i highly recommend bringing a small, but strong umbrella. One that can handle heavy downpours. If you don't have the room or forget it at home-you can always rent one at select locations. At the store Giordano-you can rent one. Some information kiosks in the mall-will rent you one, by leaving a deposit. I have rented one from the Heeren shopping center on Orchard Road.

If you want to buy a new umbrella here in Singapore-you will be spoiled by choice. Lots and lots of tiny umbrellas, Even umbrellas that come with hard plastic that surrounds the umbrella when wet or dry. When open it looks like a little bottle is on top the umbrella.

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